Principles of Art History 8.9分
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It may be intricacies of the form which of their very nature produce a picturesque effect, or peculiar aspects and illuminations; over the solid, static body of things there will always play the stimulus of a movement which does not reside in the object, and that also means that the whole only exists as a picture for the eye, and that it can never, even in the imaginary sense, be grasped with the hands.

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